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Lindsey Wilson College women's soccer netted two goals just shy of two minutes apart in the first half of the Mid-South Conference semifinal game. It would be all the No. 2 team in the nation needed in a 3-1 win over Georgetown College.
"We fought hard and never gave up," said Tiger coach Leah Crews Castleman. "Just seeing the difference in playing Lindsey three weeks ago and playing them now, huge improvement and I couldn't be prouder of my players."
GC got a punch of its own in off a free kick. Freshman Max Zimmer netted a shot in the upper 90 of the goal from 25 yards out. This pulled the game back to a one-goal deficit early in the second half.
Georgetown College women's soccer gets another crack at No. 2 Lindsey Wilson College in the semifinals of the Mid-South Conference tournament.
Kickoff is set for 3:30 pm. View live video and stats here.
On Senior Night in Columbia, the Blue Raiders poured it on the Tigers (9-6-1) for an 8-0 win.
"I know we are a different team from that first meeting," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "We are peaking at the right time and I expect this to be a good game."
Accolades continue to roll in for Tiger women's soccer. Junior forward Sam Amend and freshman defender Max Zimmer were selected to the Mid-South Conference second team the league announced Wednesday afternoon.
"All my players are deserving and have helped to make it possible for these two to be recognized," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "Sam has been the one up top making things happen, while Max has been the staple on the defense to direct and help shut opponents down."
Not only has the women's soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Mid-South Conference tournament for the 14th straight season, but have also put at least four on the MSC All-Academic team for the 13th straight season.
Lauren Brooks, Sarah Hencke, Jackie Powell and Morgan Zimmer join the list of students who have earned a 3.25 or higher and are sophomores or above.
Accolades continue to come following an impressive 2-1 road win Saturday in the quarterfinals for Georgetown College women's soccer team. In the final week of Mid-South Conference women's soccer player of the week honors, the Tigers have swept both categories.
Sam Amend scored two goals and earned Offensive Player of the Week, while Brittney Moshos came off the bench to stonewall CU for Defensive Player of the Week.
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